Monthly Archives: October 2016

Of Green and Ramariopsis Kunzei

There are 61 listed shades of green, I see at least seven in this photo. The forest is vibrant right now as it urges in the nutrients required for winter dormancy and sheds it’s summer skin. Mid autumn is my … Continue reading

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Sparks

October 4th there were visitors here, theĀ 1st Creekside Orchard Sparks Unit came for a walk in Woodhaven. That’s Nora in the pink jacket, her Grandma lives across the road so she’s in here quite a bit. I’m thinking she’s been … Continue reading

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French Doors

The Raymer/Burbridge cabin has all sorts of quirks just as any old building will have. It also has features that bring home the past in a way that has come to live in my bones. For me, a much loved … Continue reading

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